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world markets after a 513-point drop yesterday. can only go up, we hope. good morning, everybody. it is friday. that's a great thing. it's august 5th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. you know, it's a friday morning. it looks foggy and drizzly. he brought doughnuts. lawrence? >> did it work? >> it did work. next goal to get us a great weekend. i think it will be an improving weekend around the bay area. low clouds and fog to start out today. temperatures 60s this afternoon in san francisco and oakland, 70s into san jose, 80s into concord. more on the weekend forecast in a moment. let's check on traffic with gianna right now. >> thank you, lawrence. good morning, happy friday. so far, so good on the freeways. live look at conditions on the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights off. back to you. >> thank you. we are following a developing story this morning. a child is critically injured boy a hit-and-run drove and police think they have that driver in custody. kristy seifkin is in san francisco at the crosswalk
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where the 9-year-old boy was hit last night. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, frank. sfpd was involved in a long pursuit that they followed this man out of downtown san francisco into hayward where he was eventually detained. police believe he is the man who hit the 9-year-old boy crossing in the crosswalk at mission and new montgomery. the suspect was detaped in hayward. the front end of the vehicle had major front end damage from hitting other vehicles as he fled san francisco. police brought several witnesses it hayward to look at the vehicle and they say that that white toyota pickup truck matches the one involved in the hit-and-run accident. the accident happened last night when a boy was walking just in front of his family: it was driving northbound on new montgomery which is the wrong way on the street. it turned left on mission street hitting the boy as he was standing in the crosswalk
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at mission street. >> the suspect continued driving westbound on mission street where it hit several other vehicles some of which were parked and some in the road. the suspect fled the scene we're told entering the freeway south of market. >> reporter: the young boy remains in critical condition with life-threatening injuries this morning. we have received initial reports that that boy and his family may have been visiting san francisco from philadelphia for the giants game yesterday. we are working to confirm that. police are still investigating the cause of why that man was driving so erratically and why he was driving down new montgomery in the wrong direction in the first place. back to you. >> has there been any talk of drugs or alcohol? >> reporter: no confirmed reports from police at this point about that. >> thank you.
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kristy seifkin live in san francisco, thank you. breaking news now. a man is under arrest this morning suspected in the stabbing death of a woman in west san jose. the victim found dead in an albany drive apartment early this morning. officers found a 48-year-old man near the crime scene. he was arrested. investigators are now trying to determine a motive. 6:03. the july jobs report came out about 30 minutes ago and it's not as bleak as expected. the nation's unmillennium rate fell to 9.1 -- unemployment rate fell to 9.1% last month a tenth of a point lower than june. the economy also added 117,000 jobs. both of those numbers are better than economists had expected. asian markets closed substantially lower on worries that the u.s. may be sliding back into recession. and europe's debt crisis is getting worse. european markets took big hits today. it came after the dow had its worst single day since 2008.
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it fell 513 points yesterday. we'll look at the opening bell in 30 minutes hoping for better news there. well, the partial shutdown of the faa is almost over. that means airport construction workers will be back on the job including hundreds here in the bay area. elizabeth wenger is at oakland international airport where they are feeling the effects. >> reporter: good morning. construction workers will likely breathe a big sigh of relief this morning. construction could begin as early as next week, next monday on the new air traffic control tower they have been building here. a lot of political wrangling on this. late afternoon yesterday, politicians reached an agreement to restore funding temporarily to the faa. projects like the oakland tower have been on hold now for a couple of weeks and workers have not been getting paid because of bipartisan finger- pointing over funding to the faa. but late yesterday senate majority leader harry reid announced a temporary deal. the compromise will also save
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construction jobs at sfo and san jose international on a any tower, ramp and taxiway as well as 70,000 jobs across the country. we are still waiting for the president's signature which some workers say cannot happen soon enough. >> they can call me right now and i'll be there in two hours working with my tools. and then i have lost my pension benefits, medical benefits and vacation benefits. >> reporter: and this is live look right now at that tower that they have been building. they have been working on it again no workers there now but hopefully they will be on the job next monday. this is a temporary agreement. it expires september 16. now, it doesn't address some of the most contentious issues including what led to the shutdown in the first place including cuts to rural airports. so we are crossing our fingers that the president hopefully signs this today. so again could go back to work
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as early as next week. grace, back to you. >> elizabeth wenger, thank you. a local fire department is expanding its staff while many others are cutting back. san francisco will welcome 35 entry level firefighters this morning. they will all take the oath of allegiance now that they completed a 14 week fire academy. today president obama announing a plan to help veterans get work. companies that hire unemployed veterans would get tax credits from $400 to $9,600 -- $2,400 to $9,600. the feds says there are more than 1 million unemployed veterans in the united states. let's check weather with lawrence. at least it's friday. even if you are waking up to fog and drizzle, right. at least it's friday. >> no matter what happens it's going to be okay. the weather will improve a little but starting out gloomy with dense fog at the coast, drizzle although not quite as wet as yesterday. still clouds extend well onshore. going to be slow to burn off
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again today. 50s and 60s right now. by the afternoon, these numbers below average. still comfortable, maybe as high as the mid-80s into fairfield, 83 livermore, 77 and some sunshine into fremont and san jose. at the coast, 60s but a better weekend ahead. more on that in a moment led check roads through the south bay so far san jose problem-free 101 good in both directions. northbound 280 live look here, extra volume northbound but still up to speed through downtown san jose. westbound 237 at 880 traffic hazard. a bit of a showdown, as well. 11 minutes. so chp may be clearing it out of lanes if it's blocking possibly the right lane there. so we'll get you updated on that. right now, back to you guys. >> thank you. it's 6:07. it's embarrassing. johns in public. now the dmv stands in the way of oakland's new plan to weed
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saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. a nato airstrike has reportedly libyan leader moammar qaddafi. that's the word this morning from a libyan rebel spokesman. a nato air strike has killed the youngest son of moammar qaddafi, the word from a libyan rebel spokesman. the man is said to be among more than 30 libyan soldiers killed in the strike earlier today at a government operations center near tripoli. 16-year-old hassan ford is due in court today for the armed robbery that resulted in an amber alert search. ford is accused of helping plot the holdup at an antioch barbertion where he appeared to be abducted. also arrested in the case 23- year-old eric walker this man. both suspects scheduled to be arraigned today. oakland police are launching a new effort with community groups to try and curb prostitution. last night activists marched down the part of international boulevard known as the strip to try to call attention to the
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sex trade. they also posted a billboard warning johns to stay out. the police chief says prostitution is often linked to a lot of other crimes. >> what we have seen in our city is that some of those doing drug dealing are also doing -- there are pimps doing the -- the young prostitutes out there, too. we have to focus on both. and they are also doing the shootings in the city. so all these things are tied together. >> the police department had wanted to send the johns potentially embarrassing letters and put their mug shots on the department's website. but the city attorney is not sure if they can legally access the dmv database for that purpose. so we'll have to wait and see. 6:12 on your friday. a major recall just issued by chrysler. the warning about dangerous airbags coming up. >> plus, will he or won't he? phil matier is talking live with san francisco mayor ed lee about a decision whether to seek a new term. bet he will ask him about it. here's your travel forecast on this friday.
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low clouds and fog at sfo, temperatures 68 degrees. toward the afternoon it is going to be hot in other parts of the country especially across the south. houston plan on numbers up near 100 degrees by the afternoon. 99 in houston a few passing clouds. continuing on toward atlanta, we are going to keep those temperatures on the hot side, again, 94 degrees the possibility of some thunderstorms, as well. more on your local weather coming up next. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
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hit- and- run crash that critically injured a nine year old boy. the child was in a crosswalk in san fra a suspect is being held for the hit-and-run crash which critically injured a 9-year-old boy. that child was in a crosswalk in san francisco when he was him. the suspect was caught in hayward. stock futures rose shortly after the jobs report came out at 5:30 this morning. the economy added 117,000 jobs in july. and the nation's unemployment rate fell to 9.1%. we'll bring you the opening bell when it rings in less than 15 minutes. cryinger will is recalling thousands of minivans because of malfunctioning airbags. chrysler says the air bags in 2008 models are prone to inflate without warning. it's a problem that can be
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dangerous. good morning, folks. happy friday. if you are just getting uhm, we found a little sunshine for you today if you are just getting up. mount vaca cam looking inland sun coming up on the bay area. some fog and low clouds down below and boy, it is very gray in some parts of the bay area. here it is, low clouds and fog approaching the coastlin and drizzle. a great beginning to the day, more sunshine toward the afternoon. be careful roads a little slick at the coast. this afternoon we'll find sunshine in the valleys and temperatures as high as the mid- 80s so a little warmer as we head into the afternoon. a lot of 60s inside the bay 70s into the santa clara valley and at the coast cool. 50s and 60s with low clouds and fog even some continuing drizzle. it looks like a trough in place now for today and probably tomorrow as well so similar temperatures as we slide into at least the first part of the weekend. not a bad weekend but starting out with gray skies. 90s into the central valley today, high as 78 in lake tahoe and sunny there. 65 and mostly cloudy into the monterey bay. around our bay you will see 73
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in san mateo, sunny in union city, warm in morgan hill. sunshine and warmer temperatures mid-80s into antioch and brentwood. toward walnut creek sunshine this afternoon and about 83 degrees. clouds inside the bay, 68 berkeley, 66 richmond. in the north bay we'll see temperatures in the 50s and 60s toward the coast. you will see sunshine and 70 and 80s inland. and so tomorrow we'll repeat that once again as we'll see similar temperatures around the bay area but by sunday, it looks like the numbers begin to warm up a little bit. high pressure will be building back in. temperatures headed back to normal. maybe some 90s toward monday and tuesday. all right. let's check on those roads with gianna. >> thank you, lawrence. we are going to start with mass transit. word of some delays on the capitol corridor. train number 518 running about 22 minutes behind schedule between oakland and emeryville. this is due to train equipment problems. so did plan for that. the rest of mass transit, bart 50 trains on time right now,
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ace, muni, caltrain, problem- free systemwide. accident eastbound 580 at north flynn road over to the right shoulder. noncommute direction but we are still seeing some delays in that area westbound slow anyway for the commute direction through the altamont pass, 15 minutes west 580 altamont pass to 680. no accidents on the westbound side. antioch brake lights westbound looks like slow and go between hillcrest to loveridge. not bad though into pittsburg, in fact highway 4 looks good towards the eastshore freeway. golden gate bridge not a bad ride as you work your way into san francisco. however, you're still going to see delays south 101. 12 minutes from 37 to 580. no delays going northbound. jumping over to the eastshore freeway, a few sluggish conditions just a little slow and g40 miles per hour as you work your way westbound at berkeley into emeryville. approaching the bay bridge metering lights are off and slight delay in a couple of lanes there at the toll plaza but overall traffic light clear across the upper deck into san francisco. earlier roadwork wrapped up, no delays out of san francisco into oakland. the rest of our bay area
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bridges pretty much the same story. traffic looks good on the san mateo bridge. no delays in both directions between 880 and 101. right now we are looking at 13 minutes between hayward and foster city. that's a look at your morning drive. back to you. >> thank you. will he or won't he run for a full term as mayor of san francisco? big question facing ed lee. he may answer it on monday, too. he has been interim mayor since january and lately is considering a run of his own. head of the city's police union says he has information lee will decide by the end of the day on monday. the file deadline is next friday so has a week. mayor lee joins phil matier live interview coming up at 6:30 this morning. you can bet phil will probably ask that six times. [ laughter ] >> do it right here on cbs 5, come on, mayor. time now 6:20. if at first you don't succeed, you try, try again and try to get creative. matthew epstein of atlanta
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really wants to work for google. when the mountain view search giant didn't respond to his resume' he launched an online marketing website called google please hire me. it includes a video showing epstein with a moustache that he says would make angels weep and even took off his pants. >> all i'm asking for is one phone call and 15 minutes of your opinion time to explain to you how i believe i can add value to your product marketing team. what i can promise you is that i will at all times be wearing pants and i will not wear a moustache to work unless you want me to. >> the video goes viral. epstein got a phone interview with google, amazon and microsoft. >> we understand he is now busing table's at denny's but it was a good effort. lose the moustache.
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has made his first speech in california since he admitted in may that he had a child with a former housekeeper. he spoke to a group of business leaders in former governor arnold schwarzenegger has made his first speech in california since he admitted having a filed with a former -- since he admitted to having a child with
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a former housekeepinger. >> i think gary is a smart guy. he knows the only way you get a celebrity to speak at an event like this is to pay them or give them an award. >> the former governor got an award. schwarzenegger did not mention his marital problems during the appearance. it's been a year since chilean miners trapped for 69 days were rescued. now four of the men are back at work underground. nearly half are unemployed. some run able to work because of psychological problems from the experience. only one has apparently made a lot of money from the disaster. >> makes you wonder they were probably lower class guys who had to do the money thing and people got advantage of them and never got a chance to shoot to stardom. one guy on letterman was
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hilarious. you think they would have made money. 6:25. the space shuttle program is over. but nasa has a big launch planned this morning anyway. >> they do. the spacecraft juneau is set to take off from cape canaveral 8:34 a.m. pacific time. it's a border rocket and is expected to arrive at its destination jupiter in 2016. we'll have to wait a little bit. it will provide close-up colors for jupiter and detailed views of the planet's polls. that should be fun. >> cool stuff there. we are minutes away from the opening bell. >> stocks futures are up on word of a better-than-expected jobs report that just came out. can wall street recover from the dismal day yesterday? we are going to break it all down in your moneywatch report. and police have detained a suspect who they believe may be responsible for hitting a 9- year-old boy in a hit-and-run accident. we'll have details on that lengthy pursuit and the boy's condition coming up. good news for hundreds of
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construction workers here in the bay area. why the political wrangling may be over to fund the faa. a live report from oakland international airport coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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market may stage a recovery today after yesterday's biggest drop since your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. let's go live to new york.
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there is the opening bell on wall street. [ bell ] >> now, we're hoping that the market will recover today after yesterday's big drop of 513 points. the biggest drop since the recession began in 2008. it looks pretty good. we have the unemployment report earlier today better than expected. the rate dropped to 9.1%. so futures trading looks like it's going up. so we are hoping it will continue today. well, that's what we hope anyways. we'll see where it all goes. good morning, everybody. it is friday, so that is a blessed event. it's august 5. she is grace lee. i'm frank mallicoat and we have some rocking weather this weekend i guess huh. >> we have some rocking fog right now. >> plenty of fog and drizzle outside right now folks starting out similar to yesterday so if you are headed out the doors 50s and 60s. very gray skies. more sunshine on the way. what about the weekend? we'll talk more about that in a moment. right now, how about those roads with gianna? >> well, those roads are getting busy. we have first reports of an accident eastbound highway 4 at
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loveridge. westbound 4 busy anyway for the morning drive. details on that coming up. but right now back to you. >> thank you. 6:31. this morning a 9-year-old boy is in critical condition after he was hit inside a crosswalk by a driver going the wrong way. kristy seifkin is in san francisco and she has some new information on the hit-and-run driver as well as that young victim. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, grace. yes, we have gotten initial reports that that family that was here with the 9-year-old boy may have been visiting from philadelphia and were here for the giants-phillies game. we are still working to confirm those reports at this point. this was a long pursuit for sfpd. they eventually detained the suspect in hayward. they believe the suspect was responsible for hitting the 9- year-old boy at the busy crosswalk mission and new montgomery about 10:30 last night. here's some pictures of that suspect as he was being detained in hayward. you can that the front end of the truck -- you can see that the front end of the truck had
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some bad damage because he hit several vehicles parked on the road and moving vehicles. sfpd brought witnesses to look at the car and they say that that car, a white toyota pickup truck, matches the one that was involved in the hit-and-run accident. the accident happened last night when the boy was walking just in front of his family and he was hit at the mission street crosswalk. >> a large white toyota pickup truck was proceeding northbound on new montgomery which is the wrong direction. the truck turned left westbound on mission street and struck the child, who was apparently in the crosswalk. >> reporter: the driver didn't stop after hitting the boy and continued west on mission street hitting numerous cars as well as moving vehicles. then he hopped on the freeway just south of market street. and that pursuit continued until he eventually was detained in hayward. now, the boy is in critical condition right now with life- threatening injuries.
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and police are still investigating why this man was driving the wrong way down the street. it's mission street just over my right shoulder that's only southbound. the man was driving northbound. they are still trying to figure out why this guy was going the wrong way. we'll have more details for you as we get them. >> thank you, kristy seifkin in san francisco. in other news a woman is dead and a man is in custody this is as a result of a stabbing in san jose. police found the body early this morning when they were called to an apartment on albany drive on the city's west side. now, officers found a 48-year- old man near the crime scene. they took him into custody and are trying to determine a motive. it is the city's first new homicide in nearly two months although this year's pace still higher than normal. 6:33. a surprising jobs report is driving the market higher this morning easing the impact of yesterday's big sell-off on wall street. the nation's unemployment rate fell a tenth of a percent in july to 9.1%. these are live numbers now. the market as you can see,
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rebounding in a big way up 156 points so far. it just opened. 117,000 jobs were created last month. both those numbers are better than economists expected. the market reflecting that early on this morning. now, markets all around the world though fell today after the worst day on wall street since 2008. yesterday asian around european markets closed lower on the worries that the u.s. may be sliding once again into a recession. and europe's debt crisis is getting worse. 86% of americans say the economy is in bad shape. that is the finding of a new cbs news/new york times poll. a record 82% of americans disapprove of the way congress is doing its job. and they are divided over the president's handling of the debt ceiling talks. 47% disapprove, 46% approve. kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks has your moneywatch report in less than 10 minutes, plenty to talk about there. he will be coming up shortly. just a couple of hours the
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senate will approve a bill ending the partial shutdown of the faa. elizabeth wenger is at oakland international airport with what this deal means for hundreds of bay area construction workers and really in the last couple of weeks, it's meant no paycheck, right, elizabeth. >> reporter: yes. if you have been an airline passenger you probably haven't noticed a difference but paychecks, jobs, that's the bottom line here. for the past couple of weeks a lot of projects, construction projects, at bay area airports and airports all across the country have been put on hold including this one behind me here at oakland international airport. that's the new air traffic control tower being built since last fall so politicians reached an agreement late yesterday to restore funding temporarily to the faa. projects like the oakland tower have been on hold for weeks and workers haven't been getting paid because of bipartisan finger-pointing over funding for the faa. late yesterday afternoon, senate majority leader harry reid announced a temporary deal. the compromise will also save
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construction jobs at sfo and san jose international airport on a new tower ramp and taxiway as well as 70,000 jobs all across the country. we are still waiting for the president's signature which some workers say can't happen soon enough. even though some still fear their jobs may be on the line. >> he didn't say it was going to be done for sure. he said it's supposed to be. that tells me that, hey, there is still some morphin nagleing to go on. -- still some more finagling to go on. >> reporter: this temporary agreement expires september 16. it doesn't address what led to the partial shutdown in the first place or cuts to rural airports. so the president is expected to sign it today and all these construction projects could hopefully begin again as early as next monday. so next week. grace, frank, back to you. >> thank you, elizabeth wenger in san francisco. -- elizabeth wenger at oklahoma international airport, thank you. 6:36. we have traffic and weather now. he would start off with mr.
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karnow. >> speaking of happy, happy friday? >> if you are heading out the door today, it's gloomy again. gray skies, dense fog as you approach the coast. some drizzle too but it looks like the weather will be improving toward the afternoon at least just a little bit anyway. in the meantime low have surged well onshore again -- low clouds and fog have surged well onshore again taking time to break up. temperatures better than yesterday, only 75 in concord yesterday, 8 2 today. so a few degrees warmer across the board, even better over the weekend. more on that in a moment. right now let's check traffic with gianna. >> thank you, lawrence. we are going to the bay bridge now. they just turned on the metering lights and you can see there's a little bit of a backup at the toll plaza but overall "friday light" so not a bad ride. 19 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. mass transit, bart, ace, muni metro and caltrain all on time. we are dealing with some capitol corridor delays. train number 518 is running
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about 22 minutes behind schedule between oakland and emeryville. this is due to train equipment problems. but again the rest of mass transit is right on time. got a wreck eastbound highway 4 right at loveridge blocking the right lane. westbound slow for the morning ride. back to you. >> thank you. east palo alto police want help in finding two murder suspects. 20-year-old fidel silva and 19- year-old jaime cardenas are accused of gunning down two people in separate shootings last month. one happened july 13, the other july 19. between those dates, the two are believed to have gone to colorado and killed a person there on july 16. two suspects in an antioch armed robbery are going to be arraigned today. this is the case in which 16- year-old hassan ford appeared to be kidnapped triggering an amber alert statewide. well, now police believe he was involved in a plot against his employer al's barbershop. also arrested in this case 23- year-old eric walker.
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40 years after a man known as d.b. cooper hijacked a plane a bay area man is talking about his experience on the flight. his name is jack almstad. he lives in livermore now. 40 years he was on board with marquis cooperrer. he didn't know it was being hijacked at the time but looking back he believes he did see a bag carrying the $200,000 ransom. he says he even shared a moment with mr. cooper. >> i said, gee, we are up here so long, if we waited any longer we can have thanksgiving up here, because it was the day before thanksgiving. well, this gentleman turned ash -- he was on the right-hand side of the plane, he turned around and looked at me and smiled. >> cooper parachuted out of the plane. it's still not known what happened to him or that money. an oklahoma woman recently came forward a few weeks ago saying she believes it's her late uncle lynn doyle cooper who was actually db. but the mystery continues. this morning san francisco's fire department is welcoming 35 new firefighters
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on the force. firefighters take the oath of allegiance now that they completed a 14-week fire academy. many will report to their new station assignments by tomorrow. it is 6:40. it's one of the biggest questions in san francisco right now. >> that's right. will ed lee join the mayor's race? we'll ask him ourselves when he joins us live with political insider phil matier in a few minutes. and the market just opened about 10 minutes ago. let's take a check of the early numbers. unemployment numbers went down. that's good news. so far the market is reflecting that. it's up 146 points. and we are going to talk about that with our moneywatch reporter jason brooks we come back.
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the kincaids live here. across the street, the padillas. ben and his family live here, too. ben's a re/max agent, and he's a big part of this community. there are lots of reasons why re/max agents average more sales than other agents. experience, certainly. but maybe it's also because they care about the markets they serve and the neighbors who rely on them. nobody sells more real estate than re/max.
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morning... and new numbers good morning, folks. hope you're enjoying the start to your friday. a hill gray around the bay area right now looking toward coit tower and we have dense fog out there this morning approaching the coast. not as wet as yesterday. the weather improves over the weekend. starting out cloudy, and wet by the afternoon at the coast drizzle at the beaches. i think some sunshine as you show up in the valleys.
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mid-80s and the warm end. still looks like the weather will improve for the weekend but it's going to be slow and go as this trough camped out along the west coast will take a day to lift. so yeah, slightly warmer for most in the bay area. still plenty of clouds at the coast. everybody below average. 90s in the sacramento valley. gorgeous at lake tahoe mostly sunny skies. 75 mountain view, 79 sunny in the afternoon in santa clara. and about 78 degrees in milpitas. east bay temperatures those numbers going to warm up a bit. mid-80s inland. antioch 85 as well as brentwood, 81 san ramon. 68 degrees a few clouds and sunshine into oakland. comfortable in the napa valley at 80 degrees today. 79 in santa rosa. and 78 degrees in petaluma. next couple of days those temperatures hold steady through saturday.
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as we get into sunday they should begin to improve warming up a bit. 90s inland next week. let's go to our pleasanton camera along 580. crowded for your friday morning commute. all those taillights headed toward 680 so give yourself some extra time. jumping to our maps, as you work your way through the altamont pass, livermore area, accident eastbound 580 at north flynn on the right shoulder but slight spectator slowing passing the scene in the area. altamont pass getting busy anyway between 205 and grant line. 18 minutes from the altamont pass to 680 right now. slow to loveridge on the westbound side of highway 4 through antioch. we do have an accident on the eastbound side right at loveridge. it is blocking the slow lane. may cause a backup there but the good news is that's the noncommute direction. over to the eastshore freeway we go. we are seeing some slight delays westbound from berkeley to emeryville. 38 miles per hour through
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there. they have turned the metering lights on at the bay bridge. only a slight delay though there at the toll plaza, so far traffic very light. may see a few cars up the incline but clear on the upper deck into san francisco. no delays on san francisco surface streets now the. southbound 101 out of marin county sluggish 12 minutes from 37 to 580. waldo grade towards the golden gate bridge looking good into san francisco. most of our bay area bridges are problem-free. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. not bad both directions clear between 880 and 101. right now looking at only a 14- minute ride between hayward and foster city. live look at 880 oakland everything fine. back to you. >> thank you. all eyes on wall street this morning and new numbers from the labor department are driving the market up. here now is jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com.
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it's friday. you have good news, right? >> good morning. >> i can see it this morning, grim faces as people came to work this morning not knowing what to expect after the massive drops yesterday more than 500 point loss for the dow, biggest in fact since october of 2008. at the height of the financial crisis. market is coming back a little bit this morning thanks in part to the july jobs report coming in better than expected. nothing to go crazy over. but a gain of 117,000 jobs is about 40,000 more than expected. also, there was a revised upwardly revised gain of 56,000 jobs combined for may and june, that also helps. the unemployment rate surprisingly edged down a tenth of a percent to 9.1%. that though is mainly the result of nearly 200,000 workers simply giving up their search for work. we really need to see that overall top line number of around 250,000 to 300,000 to
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meaningfully work away at unemployment. but still part of the reason why the stock market sold off so much yesterday was that really it wasn't much expected in the jobs report today so being that it's better than expected, that could provide a little bit of relief but we have a long ways to go to catch up to yesterday's absolute beatdown. let's look right now. the dow is up by 97 points. nasdaq up 2. s&p up 9. oil picking up a little bit about 25 cents at $87 a barrel near the mid-february high. gases prices may go down a bit. linkedin record its earnings better than expected. but its shares are down almost 5%. and san jose-based brocade communications makes network gear says it will miss revenue projections when it reports earnings monday. its shares are down 25%. >> ow. >> frank and grace? >> can you coin that phrase, absolute beatdown? >> reporter: we heard that
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yesterday. all sort of euphemisms. none good. hopefully better today. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. well, is he in or out? anyone thinking about running for mayor in san francisco needs to decide very soon. >> that's what a lot of people are wondering what ed lee's plans are. he joins cbs 5 political insider phil matier. good morning. good morning. [ chatter ] >> good morning. mayor lee, okay, right in the middle of something. all right, look. >> good morning, phil. >> good morning to you. >> forget that. [ laughter ] >> let's get right to it. are you running for mayor again? >> i haven't decided. i'll decide this weekend. >> oh, come on. you're meeting with campaign consultants. it's all over the newspaper. you're setting it up. you have dianne feinstein's endorsement already. what is this the kabuki rollout or what? >> phil, you're like the kid that's got a christmas present in front of him. wait until next week. wait until next week. you know, i'll make an announcement then but i have
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this weekend to talk to a lot more people about this decision. what i am doing i'm still working real hard for the city. i'm trying to create jobs, trying to make sure the economy -- >> reporter: when you're hashing through this give me three reasons why you're thinking about running. >> three reasons? >> three reasons. >> i love the city. i love working for -- i work really hard for it. i love the fact that people become united now and we have a good civil -- civil discussions going on at the board. i like creating jobs for people. i know that that's the number one concern everywhere i go. everybody is asking for a job. if i could continue the work that we have been doing since this year, you know, we balanced the budget. we did pension reform. but we got local hires started. all these projects evidence jobs and just this afternoon we are going to be introducing the new class of 35 firefighters so jobs, jobs, jobs. >> reporter: so give me three reasons why you won't run for mayor. you might not. >> yeah, i might not. you know, we'll make the decision. >> reporter: you don't have
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three. [ laughter ] >> reporter: let me ask you another question. the minute you announce or you -- >> phil, phil, you have to give me your cell phone number. i'll call you on monday when we make the decision. >> reporter: the first thing they are going to say is you went back on your word. what would be your answer to that? >> well -- >> reporter: you said you weren't going to run. >> that -- that kind of discussion may or may not come after monday when we make a decision on this. but going into the weekend i feel good about the city. the things that we have been able to accomplish. we have a new police chief up there. he is working really hard. we still have the -- businesses trust the city right now. small, medium, large ones, we're making things happen. i'm going to continue every minute to think of ways to crea jobs. >> reporter: you sound like a politician. >> i don't know what that
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means. >> reporter: come on. >> i just feel that it's my job to continue making sure people trust government that we're building hope on it and that we do things that are consistent with building our economy here. and that's i work so hard on things like twitter and stock options and stuff with zynga, getting sales force to make sure they have their design plans down in mission bay and then fighting the state about eliminating our redevelopment -- >> reporter: now something, mayor, i have to say, this is one of the one of the most well rehere'sed stump speeches for nonannouncement of running for mayor i have heard. >> i don't see it. i'm not a politician. >> reporter: does he sound like he is returns. oh, yeah. >> phil, if you had to put money on it would you say he is running for mayor? >> reporter: i'd bet the farm on it. >> which farm do you have? [ laughter ] >> phil, this is a great city.
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it's an honor for me to be the interim mayor. it's a privilege. he love the city. it's worth every sacrifice that you can make. and i'm going to continue no matter what role i play. i'm going to continue sacrificing everything i have to make the city better whether it's public safety, whether it's job creation, economic, job stability. everything i have, all 22 years are on the table for making sure this city is safe, solvent and successful. >> reporter: i'm going to try one more time. are you running, yes or no? >> i'll make a decision this weekend. i'll call you. give me your cell phone number and i'll call your monday morning. >> reporter: ladies and gentlemen, ed lee, mayor, politician. trying to keep us on our toes over the weekend. >> nice job. you only asked him seven times. the over-under was six. so you went over. >> a for effort, phil angelides. -- phil matier. >> reporter: got to hand it to him. that's the best nondenial denial i have heard all this month and i've heard some good
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ones. >> when he asked him, give me three reasons why you won't run... he couldn't come up with any. he said, well, i don't need to go down that road yet. >> when you don't have anything to say, go giants! >> that's right. phil matier in san francisco, thank you, phil. we'll be right back. much more, folks, stay with us. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the child was hit by a white toyota pick-up in san francisco a hit-and-run rampage puts a 9-year-old in the hospital with critical injuries. he was hit by a white toyota pickup in the city last night. a man driving a similar truck was stopped in hayward a short time later. the child was hit in a crosswalk on mission street in san francisco. he was with family members but no one else was hit. police say the drive was going the wrong way at the time. and he went on to hit a number of vehicles before getting on the bay bridge. the big story today is how is wall street doing. let's go live to the big board right now. it is down 11. earlier though a big jump about 150 points. it was up after the july jobs report came out. the nation's unemployment rate fell to 9.1% last month better than a lot of economists expected. the economy also added about 117,000 jobs. but really a lot of people are
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saying that those numbers are going to be twice as good in order to see a real balance. so we'll have to see what happens on the dow today. in the meantime hundreds of airport construction workers in the bay area could be back at work as soon as monday. today the senate is expected to approve an end to a two-week partial shutdown of the faa. thousands of jobs across the country would be restored. time now is 6:58. i have some family in town from boston. they haven't seen the golden gate bridge because it's shrouded in fog! will it go away, lawrence? >> summer in the bay area foggy out there now. it's going to be slow to clear again but once it does we should squeeze in some sunshine. temperatures cooler than average. mid-80s on the warm end, i think in some of the valleys very gray out toward the coastline and, of course, we have that drizzle too. tomorrow kind of a repeat but i think the weather will improve as we head in toward sunday. could very well see some 90s into monday and tuesday. you want to enjoy sonoma county fair? should see some sunshine there and some warm temperatures. should be about 85 degrees. of course lots of food and
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festivities out there. all right, it is traffic time now with gianna. >> thank you, lawrence. still "friday light" in some spots. southnorthbound 280 accident- free. 101 no problem through san jose northbound. metering lights on at the bay bridge but no major delays. extra volume just past the metering lights up the incline, looking across to san francisco. later on things busy near at&t. giants taking on the phillies first pitch at 7:15. they lost last night 3-0. embarcadero, 280 extension and the bay bridge will see some delays later on so plan for that. bart always a good choice. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> all right. my brother is up now. i can wish him a happy birthday. happy birthday, mark. a new poll shows the majority of americans says the economy is in bad shape and they don't like congress. next local update at 7:25. a last look at the big board. initially we told you there was a huge surge about 150 points. now it's down 50. >>

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